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Buy Dhaka to JOYPURHAT bus tickets online

Dhaka to Joypurhat is a journey of 245 kilometers which takes around 6-7 hours to reach destination. To ensure a safe start to this journey, Bdtickets offers Hanif Enterprise, Ahad Enterprise and SI Travels for this route. Bus ticket price ranges from 550 to 1300 BDT depending on preferred bus operator. Get best deal from reliable bus operators at bdtickets- Book Dhaka to Joypurhat bus tickets Online.


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Price Range

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Duration (Appx.)

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What's Special About Dhaka?

Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh with a population over 21 million. It is the running heart of politics, economy and culture of the nation which is set beside Buriganga river. The most influential areas of Dhaka that impact on its commercial growth are Tejgaon, Motijheel, Dhanmondi, Gulshan, Banani, Uttara, Mohakhali, Paltan and Karwan Bazar. The city holds a vibrant cultural life and beautiful historic places to visit.

Top Resorts & Hotels: The Radisson Blu Dhaka, Le Meridien, Renaissance Hotel, Pan Pacific Sonargaon, 4 Points by Sheraton, Long Beach Suites Dhaka, The Intercontinental Dhaka, Pubali Hotel, Amari Hotel, The Westin Dhaka

Best Restaurants: Madchef, Cheez, Takeout, Pizza Hut, Pizza Inn, Bismillah Kabab, Sultan's Dine, Kachi Bhai, Burger Express, Cilantro, Tokyo Express, Crimson Cup, The North End Cafe, Gloria Jeans' Coffees, GPR

Popular Tourist Spots & Activities: Shaheed Minar, TSC, Lalbagh Kella, Ahsan Manjil, Sriti shoudho, Shongshod Bhaban, The Huskey Kennel, Fantasy Kingdom, Heritage Park, Nandan Park, Mawa Highway, Bashundhara Cineplex, Jamuna Blockbuster, The Paintball BD, Laser Tag, Fun Factory

What's Special About JOYPURHAT?

Joypurhat is one of the most renowned districts in Bangladesh because of having seven rail stations and contributing in exporting and importing trades, is located at the Northern end of Rajshahi division. The population of Joypurhat is 9 lacs and 50 thousand. Joypurhat district is much enriched in folk culture. Festivals including ‘Keerton’, ‘Jaree’, ‘Palagaan’, ‘Kabigaan’,’ Baul’, ‘Murshidee’, ‘lokgeeti’, ‘Bhaoyaiya’ and ‘Jattra’ have been an inseparable part of Bengali folk culture for a long time.